2017 Total Solar Eclipse

South Carolina is the prime location for a total solar eclipse crossing the U.S., coast-to-coast, for the first time since 1918. On Aug. 21, 2017, the eclipse begins near Lincoln City, OR, at 1:15 p.m. Totality ends at 2:48 p.m. near Charleston, SC.

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2017 Solar Eclipse Live
2017 Solar Eclipse Live

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This program will follow the path of totality for viewers by reporting from Clemson, Columbia, and Charleston. The Columbia broadcast will feature live footage from the South Carolina State Museum’s 2...
Predicting Eclipses | 2017 Total Solar Eclipse
Predicting Eclipses | 2017 Total Solar Eclipse

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Charles Fulco is the National Education Coordinator for the American Astronomical Society's 2017 Total Solar Eclipse Task Force. In this video, Fulco explains how to predict eclipses. READ TRANSCRIPT...
The Great American Eclipse | Making It Grow
The Great American Eclipse | Making It Grow

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Astrophotographer Hap Griffin visits us at "Making It Grow" and shares his passion for this event and also gives insights into the science of the Total Solar Eclipse including tips to have a safe and...
Total Solar Eclipse 2017 | Carolina Classrooms
Total Solar Eclipse 2017 | Carolina Classrooms

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Tom Falvey, Director of Education, and Jugnu Verma, Observatory Educator, from the South Carolina State Museum, provide useful information, such as, the best time to view and safely viewing, and...